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i don't know what to do

Discussion in 'Cats - all breeds / types' started by rachek, Jun 10, 2004.

  1. rachek

    rachek New Member

    I posted a while back about an ill four week old kitten. She is driving me nuts. She meows all the time or at least until she gets a teat from her mom. I try feeding her, that only shuts her up for about 2 minutes. I try picking her up, that doesn't work at all. She will bite me and meow louder. I put her down and she runs away meowing and meowing. I don't know what to do. I can't make her mom stay with her 24 hours a day. Any suggestions of whats going on or what I should do. I would really appreciate them all. Thank you.
  2. rachek

    rachek New Member

    I just want to add that she will be 8 weeks old tomorrow.
  3. Samsintentions

    Samsintentions New Member

    Sounds to me like you've got a fleabag!!! Fleabag is my mothers cat. We got him when he was only a few days old. WE bottle fed him, then as he grew,, he acted the same way yours did!!!

    He eventually grew out of it. I think he's just so personable, that he has to "converse" with you! Because your his mommy!

    I would take him to the vet just to be sure and rule out any health issues, if everything is ok. I would just buy him some good toys, and ignor him.
  4. Cassie

    Cassie Active Member

    She could be lactose intolarent. How are her bowel movements? Either way, you really should take her to a vet.
  5. footsie

    footsie New Member

    All cats are lactose intolorent. There is no lactose in the mother's milk. this is why you shouldn't give a cat cow's milk.
  6. Cassie

    Cassie Active Member

    Wow, I didn't know that. Ya learn something new everyday :)

    I still think she should take kitty to the vet though to rule out any possible problems.

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